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Motul Suzuki’s Matt Moss maintain his best begin to the season to life last night on night two of the double-header at Phillip Island. The defending SX1 champ has won 4 straight to start the 2014 Australian Supercross Champion. Jay Marmont and Kirk Gibbs would round out the platform. Moss now holds a twenty-two-point lead over Lawson Bopping via 4 rounds.

In SX2, American Gavin Confidence prolonged his factors result in his 2nd win in as several evenings. It was Belief’s 3rd straight triumph. Australians Taylor Potter and Hayden Mellross would end up 2nd and also third, specifically. Confidence holds an eighteen factor lead over fellow American Kyle Peters.

Our close friends at MotoOnline.com.au have the complete recap listed below.

By MotoOnline.com.au
Present Penrite Australian Supercross Champion Matt Moss has actually preserved his excellent season during Phillip Island’s 4th round today, overcoming a disastrous double DNF in the warm races to win his 4th main event of the period. The Team Motul Suzuki motorcyclist suffered an unusual chain derailment in the first heat before it barged in the second, yet he recuperated in the 20-lap main event to take triumph by 4.554 seconds.

Moss won ahead of former champion Jay Marmont (Penrite Honda), that proceeded his growth of form at the Island with a 2nd podium, as well as Kirk Gibbs (KTM Motocross Racing Group) was easily in 3rd. Saturday podium placer Lawson Bopping (Group Motul Suzuki) needed to opt for fourth today, one placement ahead of Adam Monea (NPS Beast Energy Kawasaki), and also the pair is now tied for 2nd in the series– 22 factors behind Moss.

Sixth location was the result for Jesse Dobson (KTM Motocross Racing Team) the second day in a row, as Kade Mosig (DPH Motorsport Yamaha), American Keith Tucker (Penrite Honda), Josh Cachia (Husqvarna Motocross Racing Team) and also privateer James Booth-Elliott (Suzuki) finished the leading 10. Second NPS Monster Power Kawasaki pilot Jake Moss had another dreadful day, dismissed of the race after a first-turn collision that also took included Cachia, Mosig and more. In the SX2 division, American Gavin Belief (Penrite Honda) extended his lead with a third-straight win, by 8.889 s over Australian increasing celebrities Taylor Potter (Boardstix Motorsport Honda) as well as Hayden Mellross (Raceline Suzuki) in a prominent platform. Wilson MX Honda guest Kyle Peters was off the platform on Saturday, but still rode good enough for fourth, as well as keeps second in the title chase 18 behind of Faith. The fifth was Luke Arbon (SD3 Husqvarna), edging out Saturday platform marker Kale Makeham (Tunetech Competing KTM).